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You're very welcome, lajuin. I'm glad you like my puzzles, and I hope you enjoy whatever size you try!
I like this. I'm going to try to get up the courage to try some of yours with more pieces. I'm very slow, but I like to contemplate . Thanks for your puzzles.
Then I succeeded in doing what I was trying to do, on both counts! Thanks, Ardy! LOL!
Pat, these won't hold still long enough for me to get a good look at them but they sure were fun to put together. Thanks.
That's so interesting! I see them almost the same way you do, but to me the orange, red, and purple all look the same, with a chunk missing, and the green, blue, and yellow all have a box in the corner. The bottom does have a platform, because I got confused while drawing it, and added a couple of extra lines...! LOL. I wonder if I made them because we sent Luke a set of Vermont Wooden Toys blocks in a wooden wagon for his birthday today--the big blocks that they have in kindergarten, with the major ones the size of bricks... That's what Courtenay wanted for him, and we Skyped while she opened them for him--they seem to have been a hit!
Such variety in your "basic" set! The red and orange ones look like cross-sections of corners. The purple and free ones look like faceted jewels. The blue and yellow do, indeed, have boxes in the corners. And the bottom one has a platform for some sort of performance. The is definitely not your "basic set". I love it!!
Thanks so much, Jan.
interesting set of shapes and colors. Like it